ESPN Classic Announcers Needed

Job #31598

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Job # 31598 ESPN Classic Announcers Needed

Posted Date
Feb 11, 2011 @ 06:19
Respond By
Mar 5, 2011
Word Count
Natural, Friendly
English (British)
Age Range

Job Description

ESPN Classic is looking for a Continuity Announcer/Writer who will write and voice on air continuity elements against brand guidelines to supplement campaigns, aid navigation, support programming and media planning initiatives across ESPN Classic UK.

The successful applicant can be based within London or use their own recording facilities and send the files via FTP.

Please complete the following 6 voicing and scripting exercises - sending the audio plus copies of your script along with your CV.

The exercises are to challenge:

•Your ability to act as a channel and sports fan through network and channel branding, plus show an awareness of the audience’s needs and viewing habits at any given time.
•Your appreciation of the strategic marketing that is required for Continuity in a multi-channel environment.
•Your knowledge of the ESPN network of channels and their output.
•Your creativity and ability to inject personality and humour where appropriate.

Each exercise will indicate the channel, timeslot, type of announcement and link duration. Detailed is appropriate information that should be included within your script.

We are looking for both male and female applicants.

Successful applicants will be contacted during March 2011 for possible further interview and audition. Unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted but details will be kept on file for future opportunities.

Note from It is recommended that you protect all your audition work by watermarking the submission or only recording a portion of the script provided by the client. This will render your audition file useless for anything other than reviewing your voice. Not sure what watermarking is? Please visit our FAQ section for more information.

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